Good Job, Oscars

or The Oscar Awards Awards (An unbiased look at the Oscars from someone who was in the Oscar Award winner for best picture The Hurt Locker for roughly 3 minutes and 48 seconds) By Malcolm I. Barrett My name is Malcolm I. Barrett. I was in the recently  awarded Oscar winner for Best Picture “The Hurt Locker” for roughly 3 minutes and 48 seconds so I know what it takes to achieve the pinnacle of success at your craft. Getting drunk on my couch... Read More

Academy Award Winners

Here are your winners.  In bold. Best Motion Picture of the Year Up in the Air Avatar Precious An Education The Hurt Locker Inglourious Basterds The Blind Side District 9 A Serious Man Up Best Performance by an Actor in a Leading Role Jeff Bridges, Crazy Heart George Clooney, Up in the Air Colin Firth, A Single Man Morgan Freeman, Invictus Jeremy Renner, The Hurt Locker Best Performance by an Actress in a Leading Role Meryl Streep, Julie and Julia Sandra... Read More

Your 2010 Oscar Nominations!

Best Picture   ‘Avatar’   ‘The Blind Side’   ‘District 9′   ‘An Education’   ‘The Hurt Locker’   ‘Inglourious Basterds’   ‘Precious’   ‘A Serious Man’   ‘Up’   ‘Up in the Air’ Best Director   Kathryn Bigelow ‘The Hurt Locker’   James... Read More

The Upsets

The Best Animated Feature As much as I’d like “The Fantastic Mr. Fox” to win, “Up” was another Disney staple. “Fox” was another sensory explosion by Wes Anderson, it was fun, and the script was sharp as an Anderson/Baumbach matchup tends to be. But “Up” was Tender, potent, and ultimately a very difficult story to tell. An old man moving on from his dead wife? After leading very mundane lives?... Read More

The Upsets

The Best Animated Feature As much as I’d like “The Fantastic Mr. Fox” to win, “Up” was another Disney staple. “Fox” was another sensory explosion by Wes Anderson, it was fun, and the script was sharp as an Anderson/Baumbach matchup tends to be. But “Up” was Tender, potent, and ultimately a very difficult story to tell. An old man moving on from his dead wife? After leading very mundane lives?... Read More

AND THE WINNER IS….

BEST MOTION PICTURE? Avatar.  First, it’s James Cameron.  And Hollywood loves some James Cameron.  And the film pushes the envelope and is going to be the dawn of the 3D era.  The others are good contenders but I don’t think they’ll stand up against a film that will revolutionize motion pictures. BEST PERFORMANCE BY AN ACTRESS IN A MOTION PICTURE? If I were giving the award, I’d give it to Gabourey Sidibe for Precious. ... Read More

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